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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 May 1914

,r. :?.v t v, ' . I . rt P i I i P I If: f life ' -rw His ststdrsiar t to discover After a time that a boy 1b'yFc his father- learud lautnnt)y ad mlts tho truth, r.over knows. mother A man can -win I tin ho wishes if he will vimula i"ptperanco of attempting to elm CROPl I For Koatucky Pr Mover Better Says Conl i ! Frankfort, Ky.- oner of Ag iculturo J. W. N in tho first top report of UiJ says that hero nnvor wore pspoOts for lirenl and fruit ut ining of a (nson, nor wns pasi nny tfnox ,jn now. Deop p Is possible. 'heat came through! Iter with a y tobacco tlltion of 1)9. Tl cage is 81 and cJ i of plants though injects bnl Iked thorn. SMALL SIZl DT Ited When New Tv talks Into Barrooi y i (Portsmouth Thrfes.) liald lautrhtor MAtrt through tho mnre. Highly polished glasses tinkled as thoy Avero gently llftell from tho hackstand. There wore nAny feet on tho brass rail. Tho scene Iwns one of merriment in Jack's Place, i Topics of the day were csrncstly dis cussed over tho amber. Jokes wer...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 May 1914

lr W fi iwiii tmommmummmmm $1 h " T.-t St " "f tu X I' Pv wf- BE Clothes wp soil aro nevor designated by that tlrno hon orcd phxaso "as good as" for tho simple- reason that thoy arc hotter than any oth er garmonts you can flhd nnywhore. You will find thoy'ro designed corH fectly, Out with unerring skill. Tailored by men who uso thoir brains with thoir hands and from woolons of sterling purity. There is no oxtravaganco In pur chasing such clothes at any fair price; cortainly not at tho pricos wo quoto bolow: v "" $18.00 520.00 . . , S22.G0 ' ' $25.00 $30.00 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. niir PUBLIC; LEDGER Mr. F W. Boyersdorfcr of Higgins port, Ohio, was visiting in Mnysvillo Tuesday. , Mrs. John Day and baby of Maysville aro visaing Mr. and Mrs. T. W. L. Van (Meter. Winchester Sun. ' Mr. Harold Winder, stM of Dr. Win der, of Rectoivillo, left yesterday to ac cept a position in Cincinnati. Hon. J. N". Kehoe is in Fnintsvilic, io attend tho funeral of tho lat...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

rvnxsGmiEfflBrr: s fiwtKSafm' ' " tjijLrf I L ( , ifeMA HKf'. ,( ,-v f"&t', ' , k r ' ' - -m'IWVJW 'SWKX .MSlili.: H.yuTJ7. v i m v aBnfS 'ii' - 5? fTrW?$ " " El" T - --- -- -- an "i iKytoXiniil " r M B I k II PT ' LEDGER 7, RKPXjhLIOAH-Wn Wlir i'Ubljo LEDaEit-tm. iVW IAI. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1014, ONE COPY ONE CENT. t.'Sho lost hor head," tho novel said, x Tn which wo did invest: &.But Inter on 'twas found upott ? .Tlm'lirtrn'H innnlv hrnimt. Wild nulmal feature Gem today. FLEMING ROTIIENBUSII. TVfi. .Tnlin P lMAtnlntr nnil AfUq Rilltll l. MW. A. -. W.J5 u . -.- Qinonousn oi iiuurucuu, wuro uiuruuu hursday in Cincinnati. Mr. Fleming ,-a prominent business man or ADor ilpnn. halnsr with tho firm Of Fleming lS-o li KILLS FATHER Ullen Oarrott, Distiller, Shot to Death By Ton-Ycar-Old Son. i i RAllen Garrett, well-known distiller of Jnd.-Rpck, Wayno County, near the lentucKV-TotAiesseo line, was snot anu rilled by his ten-year-old son Gcorgo. ilarrott hailbee...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

Jr '"" mm irjmVp'.tii ""' ' '!"! t- rT?" 'f ' " J'-'wawiaJW'fiWv. v ; - ,. t.nM t niii is.ynit! The Hollow -rT 1-1 ft. IV J. A NEW WOMAN iV (WB'!(--aHawpiHiVM'-mMiMNM amtmanTmr WHI'I piliin "iiHMWro-TSPW ' "-a"Mi I! P&". WV' k p ) t . fr . fe ; a t J? ' W'Tat iJjl ? 7 V V I I SYNOPSIS. Challls Wrandall Is found murdered In R road house- near New York Mrs Wran dall Is summoned from tho city and Iden tifies tho body A vouiijr woman who ac companied Wrandall to tho Inn and sub nmjuently disappeared, Is suspected. lira Wrandalt starts back for New York Itv an auto during a blinding snow storm. On the way sho meets a young woman In tho road who proves to bo tho woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that tha girl had. dono her a Bcrvlco In ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply, had caUBed her great sorrow. Kirn. Wrandall determines to shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs Wrandall hears tho story of Hetty Cos tloton's life, except that portion that re lates to Wr...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

. ri- rfES a airvt i "wtjj'sssemiea " ;TJ! X?fTH -JTr'J'-CffV i ( i ' Uf ' ' I " t w l ifit.' '""' J. (Dkerh u '. fe Wk 5 tr" . 8YN0P8J8. t Joseph Hayward, an ensign In tho United Stntea army on his wny to Fort '., Ilarmnr, meets Simon Glrty, n renfiRiulo whos namo has boon connected with nil - manner of atrocities, also headed for k lort Harmar, with n mcSsaga from the . BrlUsh guneral, . Hamilton. Hayward y cutdes him to the fort. At General Har I mar's headquarters Hayward mrots Ileno iD'Auvray, who professrs to recoffnlxo him. IitthauRh he has no recollection of evor lavlnj; seen her before. Haywurd volun eers to carry a. message for Hnrmar to afciSanduaky, where llnmtlton Is stationed. ?MBThe northwest Indian tribes aro ready iw'Wor'"war and are only held back by the fThe latter aro demandlnc the return of . Va-pa-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom ithey believe to be a prisoner, Hayward a mission la to assure tho Wyandots that (the man la not hold by tho soldiers. ; CHAPTER II...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

ireprc w.Psa' i.vrei rw??. iwiA i l'l'V" .r aIi.. , t k t - U'W 'fT- 1. ( - WTJ r THE PUBLIC LEDGER aiift-Girto)iuT, jrotiktrtf JUM, WAJfMsHfuw " AHI7 UUUiniB" A. R'CUfcRAN. Editor and Publisher. orio-ruiaio lcuukii builoihu, MAT1VILLE. 111. , ' nntersd nt the MoTtvlH-. Kv Potofflce a ccond-clnt iriall matter. SCIiSVMlPllONsZ-nY HAIL, f$ ,3oUwTCSiw tjn 4Q 's aintMKiaTa'flionB " i'l " - T ilMB VmlP.. Ml MfllltfclB Tir-iHnlli...u .. 00 .. 78 ni invDrn nv nMlHlKM. Per Mould ...... .. ... a venn rdyattl to Uolltctor attni of AOrttA. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "Vlint in the old harry will the Mexican rebels do fyVith Mexico when they do get itt Uncle Sam is e 'the, answer. p Ilenrv County Board of Education added $1.00 a w& "mnnrli t t.lm siilarv of all teachers who attended Ks" the K. E, A. at Louisville this year. r 1 TC xl. A4. .. tn ?i Avfrnnfinn olimllrl lln n J.JL W1U I1UAU UUJLU U1WJJ ill. ijigtuwiui o'"" "" " good one, it is estimated that free trade in corn will cost...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

f" r iZ2 . f w?:m tViiX lfo '' 'jmmMt . i r . . L - V -b 3t -. ..1 ?'. m m ! MR loHf v ft t,v J N. w Hi MtHn - JEVjn iiiIL.miii Cantaloupes and eggs aro not tbo onh Wngs (i man gets fpolod on. Ho often Judges a woman by her tolophono voice. JSTho rulo Is that anonymous lottors aru written ly frlonds. Eph Wiley says If you wish to know whother a man is married look at his feet. Eph says a married man's shoos nearly always betray him. OHIO KJfOWS HOW TO BUILD GOOD ROADS. (West Union hecord.) Work la progressing nicely on tho new Stato Mnrkot roiid. Starting at thn Vresldonco of Kobort Soaman on tho Sinking Springs attd Locust Orovo piko ono mile south. It is u work -and will cost 3G000 V ?t0nd oxtondlng yViflna piece of c"7j miio. unucr ino provisions 01 ino .0,000 annually nvallablo for each !uty and this will mean km extension ho road flvo iniics each year. This eaded southward and will roach tho nty Scat about 1918. 'BAYING VS. ADVERTISING. lils report to tho editors, A. L. linn, n...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

m tmvm Hi V...i Mi 111 nnliyi sy xVJMkf?&:i! jao BOSTON FISH DEALERS LEAVE OLD WHAftF rpwMraoEFff 1 U.j . 'i, i iiyt iMff tf " "Vjlhjj 'f yj'-jl! " HOW HOERT mt) T? t' Kf V- u & J- - It. I L't- 1 . 1 'M: , fP ft. 'J u mwWiM- Tho flsh dealers of Boston rocontly years and moved to tho Commonwealth nro horo seen preparing. BOY MILITARY CAMP General Wood Tells Plan to Train Nation's Youths. Former Army Head Indorses Student Instruction Camp University of Illinois Men Enroll for "Army School" Michigan Also. Washington. MaJ. Gon. Leonard Wood, ex-culef of staff of tho army, has sent out to school superintendents nil over tho country a letter Indors ing tho student military Instruc tion camps to be held during tho com ing summer. Referring to the fact that theso camps havo the hearty in dorsement of President Wilson and Former President Taft, as well as leading educators, Qcn. Wood says: "Knowing tho benefit of a certain amount of military training to a na tion and that in tho Unit...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

PWS, F: rJ TJJ7WWm.xA M . ZT W trrri VTjI K5a,SW"'Ji "HT- -JP 1 r iT .Jr .sMwr ' - ? . "V "" 3. .'j -f 4: iwi' HmS lii i i iTH hi mi i ' HI IIIUI II "ll , Mlllllll IIIWMWMIIIMawllBMMWWWllllllllllliri IIIIMIIWfiailWMWM M-f-X-'-Jn'.-ivTrTLi-VtJaj"-r--,:' ' 1 - -- a 1. ,',i .a 1 i ,. , f te to i' & i 'T I J , &A. I? P & IBbJw4T VA4 Why Wooden Indians Are Rapidly Disappearing m ASHINGTON Not often la It now that ono moots a wooden Indian on tho stroetn of Washington. .One moro frequently moots tho real Indian who hna come from Oklahoma or Montana or somo othor far placo to lodgo ,, - a complaint at Washington against 0) 1&2? ling all the principal streets from tho river front to" tho boundary and Iiundry branch to the Eastern al for a respectable council fid not gone to happy hunting 'owner of tho big Indian which stood for uncounted yoars nt tho it corner of Ninth and D streets northwest told tho writer that tho Itrust slew tho wooden Indian. leco that a wooden Indian w...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 May 1914

r ,1 'v . ', vmmmmmmmsmmmmmmwmmm swggawBg1 im n mm fWi $-. T,f v m . m i - rC :f S ' SPECIAL SALE jL.oh Athletic Men and Boys' Jvnoo JLongth Union Suits C , ClosoOrotch Nainsook. Soo $, Window Display. 50o a suit as long as they last. Also in same window 35c Silk Sox 3 for $1, going at 25c a pair. Black, Blue, Grey, Tan, White and Champaign. fa n. H. Frank & Co. vlavsvillr's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICSLEDGER Mr. John M. Hunt wns .a visitor to viiiciuutui yusiuruiiy. . Mr. It. II. Pollitt and son, James, woro in Cincinnati yestorday. City Attorney W. II. Roos is In Pcob 'les, Ohio, on legal business. .. Mr. M. C. Daly of East Second street was in 'Cincinnati yesterday. Mr. R. S. Schwartz was a business visitor in Cincinnati yostorday. IFiro Chief Edward Ilito was in Pra'nkfort Q'hursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Donovan and Miss Holcn Comer were visiting in Cincinnati yesterday. 'Miss Lucy Bullock has returned to her homo In this city after visiting in Lexington, Ky. Mrs. E...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 May 1914

II k ' IK'i . yu&4& Mi y imj HHaA " i fflHfV' s HBr!&. - --LIB iA l 1 It ' K 0 Kr" 'J Bv v.? h tv- Wft. A fffi L, J EtjSftSSSffltf' SPV BBjaflBv ".?f J RitH..MIW 1 rOBLIO UiDaKB-K39 "Hag cory State clioreesfM Wus asked by charming Hess. "No, Mot tlio state," Jack answered, "Of singlo blessodness." Bp"'V)Ci3Lurray Simpson Is quito sick -with r$t rheumatism nt his home on Forest sue- , utruu mcuuuiii'ii, nu mis ui'i'ii vun- v ductMs n jewelry store at Millcrsuuri! ' " ". .! senior lino past iour yenrs, eonicmpintos 'I moving to Hnrrison, Ohio. ENTERS RACE AGAINST FIELDS. James P. llnncy of West Liberty, ha" Jllod his petition to enter tlio raco for tho Democratic nomination for Congress im tho Ninth District ngaiust W. J "Fields, of Olivo Hill. Mr. E. L. Manchester. Mr. Gordon Sulser and Mr. E. P. Browuing went to Fulton, Ky., this morning to attend tho Stato Conclnvo of Knights Templar. gjUfclHHflKnaKMQHHHIlBIHlHIHIIHlM 5 lust a Few I 51 Seasonable I Reminders! f g SCREEN...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 May 1914

1 i" h$ li - "J? 1 ' i !J &'' B ! ?' v '(& S'i 6 Wx. ' .. ' , is , . .i-i --- --'-. .miVfM mriTaaiiiiNtf"fr'r..i.i.:MJjg Fi . . ' " .'Lt TT.-rrr-r-'-r -.- f " - -,--:- :.!-. 1 .. , .- ,. i - jb I l .- T'i may II I i TT r"-T' "" " ' TH'E PUBLICj LfcDCjbK Newg com&J from etroit and othel. cities that Bohools arc to be kept to teach playgpsund priu-j cipals to ttiach children to play. There wili-pe lee- i m -i i Diitr-MCBrr BdDAT. roontn ot jux.t, iuxiiviko akh i'iiiuhtmah. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. LoolnMiln2 91ilTi(To:opnrn ornoB rnni-io lbdubh buildimu, MATKTILI.B. KT Bnttred nt tlic Maygvlllf. Ky . l'oitoflicc a nccond elm innl) mittcr. '4 "' oitnmiuin'ninrc-IIV.IMlJ,. One r. HI Jlontli. ,t no ,. l no ,. 70 Thr AtnmliB . . .........--. DHL1 VJSllKD li r OARIUKH, I'er MonlU ...... .--.. . ..- Cen JMyabU to Volttttor at nd of i o M. ALL-SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. PUTS THE OHEAP TAG ON BRYAN. One of the oldest Democratic papers in existence, tho New O...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 May 1914

I TO 2 ' 1 ft i I w .1 1 itf ; V. a: b wESl!&mimimmiinmi n1""""' '"" m"" '"'"' i""Mii umii.mi.'.Iium rmTi minmnn tirwnt'iujuiwuwrwr i imum iiwffwnwTiiifiiwiiwiriimrmin iiwTwniwi n in gin mir mTmm-waiwiwcaitti.w"i m immjim 1 1 u i i rfiimi j mm J V J S H - TV " . .Thw. " I 'f WW '' ' J You won't bo nblo to conunco somo men t"hat there Is such a place as Hoavon until thoy soo a plcturo of a bald-hoaded angel. There "weTo' twenty applicants for common school diplomas at tho exam ination held by Supt. Huffman at Brobksvillo on May 8 and 0. FOR CHRONIC COUGHS Milton, Pa., Woman Has Found a Remedy. Mrs. Howard Wagner of Milton, Pn., says: "I had a bad cold for months, and would cough every night until mid night. I consulted a doctor and took two kinds of medicine but got no relief. Vinol was recommending and after tak ing it a" week I could sleep all night without coughing onco. I continued its uso and now havo a flno appetite, nover felt better and my cough is entirely gone." It is a...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 May 1914

St R .t- Prf & ! ID3 Rothes wo eJl wo never designated by that timo hon ored phrtwo "as Kood as" Jot the slmplo reason that thoy aro bettor than any oth er garments you can And anywhere You will And thoy're designed cor- "rectly. Out with unerring skill. ' .Tailored by men who uso tholr brains with their hands and from woolens of storling purity. jr. more is no oxirvHBauto " r"L chasing such 'clothos at any fair pricoj cortainly not at tho prlcos we quote Vbolow: $18.00 20.00 $22.50 $25.00 $30.00 . ,v- LV ?Gen. H. Frank & Co. Mnvsvillr's Fnrrmnst Clothiers. PUBLICLEDOER - Mr. G. if. Bishop is improving after a sonous attacK oi ja gnjn'1- .. Misses Lida and Lottio Horry were vlsltittg In Cincinnati Wednesday. Mr. Henry Newell left yesterday aft- f- crn'oon on a business trip to Milwau kee, Wis. w. - - - .Miss Anna Belle Ward, owner anil ,manager of The Pastime, is in Cinein- r'natl today. ' ' Misses Mary Alter Barbour and Flor eco Rogers went to Cincinnati Wed nesday to see t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 May 1914

y."l . X K" ' ' 00 p( All of the Quaker Brand. i22 M $8"., ' . ' """" vr Wft hnvft them. 5Hi5 '&&l Xi-.-'- 1.1 ...-.. ,.--. .- ,- -- - ' .... -, .. w mm . - mm-mmm, m v, -.... 9v ' Al6& s gxJuiREPLhUCAx-tm MAYSVILLE, KEWTUOKY, TUESDAY, MAY 1U, 1014. ONE COPY ONE OENT. !.. " Jffit'1 " ' niNHPR RRHQ rjEAMNG RETAILERS, m XJAlNLyCK tSKUo., xo7 w.SECONit street MHMKvH.. ' ..' .Mil r ; f , r f i s PW1 . r . - nifflf --- tMTJtZT Fro srfYnrrtT f? c 9ilUsVw v Vrrv -- 'WcK?- EZ2j1 AjK ff ff w r . . ' . m a M a m m K K . m 1 ' Si. . 'X v & 0a03F3Sfi 1 Oheor Up! BfsM ; JTDon't f worry. say Oheor Up I friends. Just Bmllo ami TJhat llfo Is all a joke; ,1 ho burning questions of one day Tho 'next go up in smoko. Luke. Miss l!li.ibctli Gibbon Is at homo Rafter a pleasant init with relatives in Covington. RALLY DAY MAY 31 At Lawronco Crook Christian Church Dr. Hardy to Speak. Rally Day and Jay and nder, at ltoll C.ill, with a basket- dinner, at an all day sen ice, tho fifth Sunday, M...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 May 1914

71 A v, .mBfr.WK'?' ,jb . a n M i mm mil H.J1I m i mtm uti- 'HMKmm lytryygSMf &-.- .1 Mf sV- m., fa.t .' r,. -, ..Kfi . It'"' ) S' , l J. '.ft V , 'HTi ! ifc ?.;"' ' v Ft-' -. &-A . , t f. -V w ?. Us... r E ,w. & fi-. ?y : PHI ,i II MIMI MIWPIM' IWihW'I I WW liMlMliMPBUBliW llWWIli ' ' .. y giM'i''fc '' aiB'w''v.i . -" . , i -- THE PUBLIC LEDGER DitLT XCPT iOMDAT, rotmilt Of JOfiTi nAoiTmo ahh cnnutiua. ' A., F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. , . '.' i . - Lioat and Lour Mn Afl I orricK-r(Jtl3 tBDoiiK oaiio, , RaUttA it- teMaTWe, Ky.. rottofflwtft tatqcd.ctaM tnnll matter. . "' sunaojiiri kXx-uy mail. 1 00 .. 10 ft" lie Vi'.ir ..... ... AlX JlOlllll. .. ..-. - .-.. 1 tarn ,tiimWi..........-....."...m " DJfUVJtJIAU UX UABUIAH, jtiyuOl to VoUntor ut ml of JLOUft. J' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ntim Tinni Hrami iToi'iild nmnna McCreurv as the Closes of Democracy. Very well, but we were un der the impression that he was the ."Methuselah;--Oynthiana Log Cabin. ."Wireles...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 May 1914

..... . M - a '" win. i l , -Jr iMk -rr" 1 . Sfc. if . W (, WF ffl .Discretion la tho totter part, not only of valor, but of wisdom. The man who 'djdn't run nt tho first bnttle of Bull 'Jlun Is thcro yet. Angora goats hnvo boon lined with profit itb Jtecp fire llnesrlcnr of Inflnm ,mnblo vegetation on national forests In California. ' Armstrong lake, within tho Benrtooth national forest, Montnua, is said to rrlval tho famed LakeLouise of Canadian .-Rockies. It lies at an 'elevation of 7,000 feet surrounded by towering mountains. A good road which can be traveled , .half a day by automobile connects 11 ,with tho railroad nt Billings. A rustic hotel has recently bct'n completed, nut many trails make tho surrounding re gion accessible. PEET AND PERTINENT. (Cynthia'.ia Democrat.) A Salyorsvillo man shooting at a chirkcti hit his daughter. Well? Sundny was Mother's Day. January 1 and July 1, are Father's Days. All thoso willing for their sons to onlist in the army nud go to Moxico are In...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 May 1914

t i'a . i lv . "Y a ;v " I.- - ,ft' - BfrV si??. . ? f "" r. T ff b: ' .i V V t w Rr" ur tiH. P. tf? tt- f . it, h '.4' ft SPECIAL SALE on Athletic Men -Kneo Length nnd Boys' Union Suits Close Crotch Nainsook. See Window Display. fUo a suit ns long as they last. Also in same window 35c Silk Sox IbV-i' 8 for $1, going at 2fc a pair. and Champaign. Geo. H. Frank Co. Mnvsville's Foremost Clothiers. pfltT , PUBLIC LEDGER Leland Hotel, LoxingtoM, was (Inning cd $3,000 by flro this morning. Fifteen navaoQiccrs must bo plucked this year in ordor to mako room for tho necessary promotions. Mr. II. B, Allen and family, now ro siding in "West Second streot, will leave today to tako up thoir permanent resi denco in Ft. Mead, Fla. FIRE INSURANCE TRUST Chairman Laffoon Tells How It is Try ing to Bluff tho People Thore Will Be a Finish Fight. Frankfort, Ky., May 10. Claiming that the Tiro insurance companies doing bushiest in Kentucky are playing a gnmo of "freeze-out," Ruby Walloon, chairman of t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 20 May 1914

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Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 20 May 1914

V " Mf .tfV i to. - t '1 it"' .i i.'-. i. , . J -r v " v & 17 t rjk ;,v i-5 it; H saasTA" rsgagggg ii f HE PUBLIC LEDGER iutLT-fcxcrT iOSUJiT, raotfta o rout, tiukkmivimo ivn minlKTVia. . ..., 4-4MD OHmtTWil. A.P..CURRAN, - - Editor and Publisher. tjOOal UK1 liODfc tlonr Toaiihons No. 40. orr io ruBLio utn8n buiuhmo, MAYBTILLS. KT. " "h nut& at the Mayyllle. Ky . Potoffice a tccond-cla.t nail matter. auiiavHiruons-BY MAIL. Onr Vnir.. .- 1 BO ,. 7B MIX SlO"lll- ..-. ...... I Ttarctt jluntii WtV J7MA BV UAMU&H, I-er DtniiUi X.-.. ............. ....... ......... .-..no i' yuyuoi. fo cimtctor ut tna of jiOimi. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. GOOD ADVICE TO KNOCKERS. An exchange prints the following good advice to knockers: "Do not kick on every proposed improvement simply because it is not at your own door. Do all you can to beautify the town and your property also. Bo friendly to everybody and courteous to strangers, and never forget that you are a part of the town and t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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